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As The World Turns Transcript Thursday 10/16/03

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Paul: Nice shot. I don't think I'm gonna ask you for a copy.

Barbara: It must be very difficult for you, seeing these pictures.

Paul: No, no, it's -- it's not.

Barbara: It must be hell to see that she ran back to Dusty so soon.

Paul: These pictures are taken at the -- at the Roller Palace, right?

Barbara: Yes.

Paul: So, there are a zillion reasons why Dusty could be there.

Barbara: This is today. A few hours ago. You better look real closely. 'Cause she's not pushing him away. You might have to think twice about renting that apartment in Paris.

Annabelle: Another sea breeze, please.

[Chuckling] Hey, that rhymes. And fill this one to the top.

[Molly clearing her throat] Hi. Don't I know you from someplace?

Molly: I'm one of the owners of the Metro. Where you dropped off an envelope for Craig Montgomery?

Annabelle: Tell the bartender I changed my mind.

Molly: You might want to wait a minute, Ms. Fettle. Annabelle. I know some things about you. I know the Canadian authorities have been after you for some time. Something about illegal adoptions. I have all the documents in my files.

Annabelle: That has nothing to do with you.

Molly: No, but it has everything to do with Rosanna Cabot. Doesn't it?

Annabelle: What do you want?

Molly: To make sure that Rosanna finds out the truth about her baby.

Rosanna: Hello, darling.

Craig: Hello.

Rosanna: Did you order a bookcase? A man showed up to deliver it.

Craig: Oh, yes. I saw it in a store window. I thought Cabot would like it.

Rosanna: Oh, well, why didn't you discuss it with me?

Craig: Oh, I got carried away. Are you angry?

Rosanna: No. I'm thrilled. Come on, sweet pea. Let's go see what daddy bought.

Craig: Oh, yes.

Rosanna: Daddy's so good.

Craig: No, no, no, I'm still here. All right, now look. I don't care how you do it. Just keep Aaron busy tonight.

Dusty: You got it, partner.

Lucy: Where's Rosanna? I really need her to help me with my hair.

Craig: Well, your hair looks magnificent. You've got homecoming queen written all over you.

Lucy: You think?

Craig: Yeah, I know. I know.

Lucy: Thanks.

Craig: You nervous? Hmm?

Lucy: A little.

Craig: Come on, it's gonna be a great night.

Lucy: Right.

Craig: Hmm?

Lucy: And best of all, Aaron will be there with me.

Dusty: Aaron -- change of plans tonight. I'm gonna need you to work.

Aaron: What? Dusty, I canít. I --

Dusty: I'm sorry, brother. It's out of my hands.

Aaron: But it was all set. I've got to take Lucy to her homecoming dance.

Dusty: Come here. Waldo changed the time of the delivery.

Aaron: To when?

Dusty: I don't know yet. Sit tight. Don't let me down.

Jack: Let me know as soon as you hear. That was my snitch. I was right. It was the bartender who tipped off our friend, Waldo, that I was working undercover. That's why he never took the delivery from Aaron. But he's setting up a new one. Chances are it's gonna go down tonight.

Hal: You figure it's gonna be Aaron again?

Jack: Probably, they all seem to know him.

Hal: Oh, boy, that's not good news. How do you want to handle this, Jack?

Jack: I can't let Aaron just walk into this, Hal. I got to protect him.

Lucy: Could you load the camera? I want to take pictures as soon as Aaron gets here.

Craig: Oh, you betcha, lullaby. Tonight I plan to remember.

[Phone rings]

Lucy: I'll get it.

Craig: Okay.

Lucy: Hello?

Aaron: Hey, Luce, it's -- it's me.

Lucy: Oh, I'm so excited to see you. Are you on your way over?

Aaron: I got some bad news. Dusty told me I have to work tonight.

Lucy: What? Aaron, no.

Aaron: Lucy, I'm sorry. There's nothing I can do. Look, I know this homecoming thing means a lot to you.

Lucy: Don't you get it, Aaron? This night doesn't mean a thing. Not if you can't share it with me.

Annabelle: No one has a particle of proof against me, or they would've used it years ago. You better keep your mouth shut. Or I'll find a way to shut it for you.

Molly: Ooh, I don't know what that's called in Canada, Ms. Fettle. Down here, that's a threat.

Annabelle: Call it what you want. Just stay out of my way. Mrs. Montgomery was real happy to get that baby. I don't know why you'd want to ruin that for her. But I suppose you have your reasons.

[Molly remembering]

Rosanna: You've always been just a little bit desperate. And perhaps that is why Carly isn't spending time with you. Because you know what? Come to think of it, everyone leaves you, Molly. Everyone, even your children.

Molly: Yes, I've got my reasons, Annabelle. And down here, it's called payback.

Lucy: I don't understand this, Aaron. You told me you had the night off.

Rosanna: Darling, this bookcase is magnificent.

Craig: Shh, shh.

Rosanna: What's going on?

Craig: Aaron is standing her up for the homecoming dance.

Lucy: I'm not saying it's your fault, but can't you do something? I really need you to be there.

Aaron: Okay. All right, look, look -- there's a chance I can get everything I need done before it's too late. I can't take you to the dance, but I can meet you there.

Lucy: You're not just saying that? You really will be there?

Aaron: Look, one way or the other, I won't let you down. Okay? Look, I got to go, all right? I'll send a limo there to pick you up.

Lucy: By myself? No, I'll just -- I'll have my dad drop me off or something.

Aaron: No. No, no, no. No, tonight is still about us. Okay? I don't want him to be a part of this.

Lucy: Okay, I'll -- I'll wait for the limo. But I will see you later, right?

Aaron: Count on it.

Craig: Didn't sound good.

Lucy: Aaron has to work. So he can't take me to the homecoming dance, but he's gonna meet me later.

Craig: Don't get your hopes up, sweetness. Once the customers start rolling in --

Lucy: Aaron told me he'd be there. And that's good enough for me.

Dusty: Excuse me, sir, you got a reservation?

Holden: Very funny. Just want to speak to my son.

Dusty: Take your time.

Aaron: What are you doing here, Holden?

Holden: I have a surprise for you. And I just wanted to tell you in person.

Aaron: Well, what is it?

Holden: The man who runs the restaurant at the Country Club, he's looking for a management trainee. He tells me that whoever takes this job, in three years, could be running the whole kitchen. And after that, who knows?

Aaron: What does this have to do with me?

Holden: If you want the job, I think I can get it for you.

Aaron: Holden, I'm not quitting, no matter what you say. All right? No matter what opportunity you bring to the table, man. I like it here. Stop hassling me.

Dusty: What are you doing here?

Waldo: Wanted to let you know cops are watching me.

Dusty: Well, aren't they always watching you?

Waldo: Not like this. Friend of mine in the PD said they're working with the feds.

Dusty: FBIís in on this?

Waldo: I guess they want to bust me pretty bad.

Dusty: Waldo, what are you gonna do?

Waldo: Be more careful. Find another place to take my deliveries.

Dusty: Okay, that's a good plan. Look, I got the bag from today. I'll give it to you right now.

Waldo: Too dangerous. Is the kid still available?

Dusty: Yeah. He had the night off, but I thought he should work.

Waldo: Lucky me.

Dusty: Yeah, lucky for both of us. The kid's the only one that gets the raw deal.

Paul: I think it's time for you to go.

Barbara: Why can't you see that I'm trying to save you? Marrying that woman will be the biggest mistake of your life.

Paul: Yeah, that's what you said the first time we got engaged.

Barbara: And I will continue to say it until you believe it.

Paul: Say it all you want, I won't hear you. I'll be in Paris, happily married to Rose.

Barbara: Well, you can marry her, but she won't love you. Look at her pattern. She ran to Dusty once. She's done it again.

Paul: You need to get out of here right now.

Barbara: Okay. I will go. But I want you to do yourself a favor. Why don't you see if she mentions the fact that she saw Dusty this afternoon? Because if she doesn't -- you can't trust her.

[Paul remembering]

Paul: Did you talk to him when I was gone?

Rose: He came by Lily's after you left. I told him that I wanted to be with you. And that was it.

Paul: And he just accepted that?

Rose: Well, he must've, 'cause he just took off.

Paul: That doesn't sound like Dusty to me. You know, just accept something. He didn't try and talk to you, try and change your mind?

Rose: Doesn't matter. Because I love you.

Imaginary James: Don't forget how Rose and Dusty savaged your manhood, then ran you out of town with a shattered heart. They have to be punished for that, son. It's only right.

Paul: Stop it! Just stop it! Get out of my head, all of you! Just leave me alone.

[Knocking at door]

Rose: Paul Ryan? Someone sent you a hot babe with all the trimmings. Hi.

Paul: Hi.

Rose: Hi.

Paul: I'm glad to see you.

Rose: Oh, not as glad as you're gonna be in a few minutes. It's been stop and go for like an hour. I'm just -- I'm ready to go right now.

Paul: Great. You want a drink?

Rose: What's the matter? You nervous?

Paul: No. Not at all.

Rose: Okay.

Paul: To us. To starting over.

Rose: Yes. Can life get any sweeter than this?

Paul: You know what? Maybe a little for me.

Rose: Oh, yeah?

Paul: Yeah. Yeah, you could tell me that -- that you told Dusty good-bye.

Rose: I did. Very loudly. Even he could hear it.

Paul: Yeah, it's just that, you know, I have a hard time accepting the idea of me going away and him not being, you know, all over you.

Rose: Why are we -- why are we talking about him? This is our time.

Paul: I'm just curious.

Rose: Don't invite anybody else, please.

Paul: I want to know if -- if Dusty apologized to you for what happened with Molly and begged for your forgiveness, what would you say?

Rose: Why are you asking me this question?

Paul: It's just a hypothetical question, right? Unless he did come to see you, and you made a choice to not talk to me about it.

Rose: He did come to see me at the roller palace. And we talked.

Paul: I see. And did he suggest that you might be better off with him?

Rose: Oh, no, it wasn't anything like that. Nothing like that.

Paul: Why didn't you just tell me about this?

Rose: Well, because I didn't think it would do any good. Look, it's -- I still believe that.

Paul: What didn't you just -- you couldn't tell the guy to just get lost?

Rose: What makes you think that I didn't? What's going on here? What is -- what's bothering you? I want to hear it. What is it? What?

Paul: It's -- it's jet lag.

Rose: What?

Paul: Yeah. Really. And maybe I am --

[Paul sighs] -- A little distracted. You sure?

Rose: Mm-hmm.

Paul: I have been longing for you, though, every minute that I was gone.

Rose: Then let's stop wasting time.

Paul: You need to tell me what it is that you want.

Rose: I want you to stop talking.

Holden: Is this job really all that satisfying for you? Wouldn't Lucy be happier if you weren't working for her father?

Aaron: Lucy's happy because I'm happy. All right? Maybe you should think about that the next time you go job hunting for me.

Holden: Fine. Just remember one thing. Your bosses, they never wind up in jail. It's always someone else who takes the fall. And I don't want that to be you.

Aaron: Well, don't worry. Okay? 'Cause from here on out, I'll take care of myself.

[Cell phone rings]

Holden: Hello?

Jack: Holden, it's Jack. I need to see you right away.

Holden: Yeah, sure. What's going on?

Jack: It's about Aaron.

Holden: Are you home?

Jack: Yeah.

Holden: I'm on my way.

Dusty: I got the location for your delivery. It's gonna be in the alley behind the old theater on Crescent Road.

Aaron: What time?

Dusty: I got to wait till Waldo calls.

Aaron: Dusty, what about if I -- if I meet Lucy at the dance, and you can call me there?

Dusty: What's the matter? Huh? Don't get distracted, all right?

Aaron: Oh, come on, Dusty. Please, man, I still have a chance to get through for her. Please.

Dusty: Aaron, this comes first. You understand?

Aaron: Yeah. I won't let you down.

Dusty: Get outta here.

Rosanna: And, oh, I think you need this.

Craig: Did I say I needed that?

Rosanna: Well, you didn't have to. I'm a woman. I know these things.

[Laughing] Go ahead. Screw away.

Lucy: Well, good night.

Craig: Oh. You look magnificent.

Lucy: I wish I felt that way.

Craig: Oh, come on. Tonight is gonna be great, with or without Aaron.

Lucy: He said he'd be there.

Craig: Well, I do have to say I have noticed an occasional gap between what Aaron says and what actually occurs.

Rosanna: Darling? Come on now. You look lovely. Just beautiful. Have a wonderful time. Enjoy yourself, okay?

Lucy: I'll try. Remember, I won't be home till morning.

Craig: Yes, don't worry. How could I forget that? But don't worry. I know exactly where you are. Now have fun. All right? I'll see you tomorrow.

Lucy: Good night.

Craig: Good night.

Rosanna: Night.

Craig: Good luck.

Rosanna: Well, that's impressive, Montgomery.

Craig: Hmm?

Rosanna: You didn't even flinch when Lucy said she was staying out with Aaron.

Craig: Well, the first time she told me, I nearly blew a lung. But I think I can afford to be gracious now that it looks like Aaron will be missing his -- his action. Ah!

Rosanna: Oh, what did you do?

Craig: Hmm?

Rosanna: Oh, let me see.

Craig: No, it's --

Rosanna: Ooh, that's -- that looks not good. Listen, watch Cabot. I'm gonna get you something to wrap that with.

Craig: All right.

Rosanna: Ointment.

Craig: Anesthesia.

Rosanna: Anesthesia.

Craig: Well, all right, so daddy's no carpenter. But I did manage to get you here from Canada, didn't I? It's gonna put a smile on your mommy's face for the rest of her life. Oh, hey, I don't know. Don't thank me. That's what daddies do.

Molly: How's business?

Dusty: Not bad. You? How are you?

Molly: Also not bad.

Dusty: Yeah?

Molly: Yeah. I have this little project that I've been working on. Don't ask questions because it's personal. But it's coming together nicely, and I couldn't be happier.

Dusty: Does the project have anything to do with your twins?

Molly: It doesnít. No, but I called Donna. I'm just waiting for her to call me back.

Dusty: Well, that's good. 'Cause, you know, those are your girls. Don't let yourself get pushed out of their lives.

Molly: Thank you for helping me remember.

Dusty: Yeah, don't mention it. What does this mean? Does this mean that our conversation's over? Huh?

Molly: No. I just have to, you know, work on that little project that I was talking about. Hi, it's Molly. I need to see you.

Rosanna: Can you tell me why?

Molly: Not on the phone. But I can tell you that it's something very near and dear to your heart.

Rosanna: Well, would you like to come here?

Molly: No. Come to the Metro. And don't tell Craig, okay? This is just between us.

Jack: What do you want me to do?

Holden: Bust him.

Lucy: Have you seen that guy I was with? I can't find him anywhere.

Aaron: Come on, Waldo. Get here already, man.

Paul: Whoa! Hey, where --Rose? Where you going?

Rose: Hey, it's halftime. Take a rest.

Paul: Take a rest?

Rose: Yeah. You're gonna need it.

Paul: The most desirable woman in the world, and you want me to take a rest.

Rose: Mm, you really -- missed me, huh?

Paul: Mm-hmm.

Rose: I got something to show you.

Paul: You do?

Rose: Mm-hmm.

Paul: Okay, tell me when to open my eyes.

Rose: Oh, it's not that, but --

Paul: Oh.

Rose: -- It's pretty good. Yep.

Paul: When?

Rose: Look. Look. I'm learning how to speak French.

Paul: No, you're not.

Rose: Yes, I am.

Rose: Wanna hear? Je t'aime Paul Ryan.

Paul: Oh, mais oui, bein sur. C'est vrai.

Rose: What?

Paul: C'est incroyable, mon petite --

Rose: Oh, incredible. That's incredible. Look at this. I'm having a conversation in French. I just got the book today.

Paul: Yeah? So, what else does this -- does this little book teach you how to say?

Rose: Nothing I can remember at the moment.

Paul: Est-ce que tu as faim?

Rose: Can we do that in the bedroom?

Paul: Well, sure, I mean, I just asked you if you were hungry, but I think I like your translation better.

Rose: Come to think of it, I am a little hungry. What do you got?

Paul: You're kidding, right?

Rose: Mm-mm.

Paul: You know, I do. I got something. I picked it up for you in Paris.

Rose: Oh, I hope it's not snails, 'cause that's really disgusting.

Paul: No, it's not snails. I got to be honest with you. I'm not big on the snails. But I did go out -- just for you special. They got this place over by -- oh, my God. I'm totally spacing on the guy's name. The short guy, with the hat, puts his hand in his shirt. Napoleon's grave. And all they serve is pate.

Rose: Where did you get these?

Paul: It was my mother's idea of an engagement gift.

Rose: That's why you asked me about Dusty? You let her get to you again, didn't you?

Marley: Molly?

Molly: Hi, Marley. Dusty, this is Marley. Marley, Dusty Donovan.

Dusty: Pleasure to meet you.

Marley: Likewise.

Molly: Come on. We'll sit over here. I'm really glad that you came in person, because this is going to be so much easier than on the phone.

Marley: I feel the same way.

Molly: Well, I just want you to know what's going on. I really miss Bridget and Michele like crazy. And I want to have them for Christmas. And I want you and Donna --

Marley: You know, let me stop you before you get too far. I appreciate your interest in Jakeís children, but I can't allow them to visit you.

Madison: Well, may the best woman win.

Lucy: Well, thanks, Madison. Good luck to you, too.

Madison: Luck has nothing to do with it. So, why are you here alone? Did you break up with that guy from the garage?

Lucy: No, we're still together. He's just running a little late.

Madison: Why? So many carburetors, so little time?

Lucy: I'm sorry. Was that supposed to be funny?

Madison: No way. I envy you, Lucy, having a guy like that around. Whenever you need a lube job, there he is.

Lucy: Well, actually, he's in sanitation now. He's picking up garbage. You'll be seeing him any day now.

Aaron: Have you won yet? Because I've been checking out the whole room, and you are the hottest girl in here.

Lucy: I'm so glad you made it, Aaron.

Aaron: Did you think I wasn't?

Lucy: Not for a second. Do you want to dance?

Aaron: Whatever makes you happy.

Holden: Hey, Jack. What's going on with Aaron?

Hal: I'll be out in the car.

Jack: Listen, I -- I don't mean to spring this on you, but I -- I had no other choice.

Holden: Oh, man, don't tell me he's in some kind of trouble.

Jack: I think he's running as a bag man for Dusty Donovan.

Holden: What?

Jack: I saw him, when I was working undercover at Yo's. We're trying to bust this bookie by the name of Waldo. Aaron walked in to deliver something to the guy. The only reason it never went down was because someone made me for a cop.

Holden: I don't believe this. He promised me that he wasn't doing anything illegal.

Jack: I'm sorry.

Holden: I begged him not to work there, but he refused to listen to me.

Jack: Wait a minute, there's more. Chances are it's gonna go down tonight. And there's a possibility Aaronís gonna be involved. Now I -- I shouldn't be doing this, but I want to give you time so you can warn him.

Holden: I don't know, Jack.

Jack: You don't know what?

Holden: Whether or not I'm doing him any favors by warning him off.

Jack: Then what do you want me to do?

Holden: Bust him.

Jack: Holden, Aaronís not a kid anymore. If I arrest him, he's gonna be tried as an adult.

Holden: Don't you think I know that?

Jack: Yeah, but these are serious charges. We're talking jail time.

Holden: You know how you feel about Sage? How you would do anything to protect her?

Jack: Yes, of course.

Holden: That's how I feel about Aaron. But there comes a point in time when you can't protect them anymore, from anything, especially from themselves. Jack, he knew what the pitfalls were when he took that job, and he still decided to break the law anyway. So he's gonna find out what happens when you do that!

Mr. Stauffer: Our next member of the court, Ms. Madison Winchell.

[Cheers and applause] And our final member, Ms. Lucy Montgomery.

[Cheers and applause] We'll be crowning this year's queen in just a few moments. So until then, I want you all to get down!

Lucy: I'm sorry. They're dragging this thing out forever.

Girl: Good luck, Lucy. All my friends voted for you.

Lucy: Thanks.

Girl: There's a style section in the school newspaper, and your hair is awesome. What kind of conditioner do you use?

Aaron: I'm gonna go get some punch.

Lucy: Okay.

Aaron: Want some? Okay.

[Cell phone rings] Hello?

Dusty: Hey, it's Dusty. Listen, Waldo called. He wants the delivery now.

Aaron: But -- but, Dusty --

Dusty: Aaron, there's no room for discussion. Move it.

Lucy: But just because it works for me -- just be sure to say everybody has different hair.

Aaron: Are you going to be okay for a while? I have to go outside and check on the -- the hotel reservations. Yeah, there's no reception here. It's really bad.

Lucy: Oh, okay. Don't be gone long.

Aaron: Don't worry. I can't wait to see them put that crown on your head.

Rosanna: You know, I think the problem is you don't have the proper tool. Why don't you go to the hardware store and get one?

Craig: Why don't I call the shop and have them finish it?

Rosanna: I bet you would feel so much better about yourself if you did it on your own. And Cabot and I would be very proud of you. Yes, we would, wouldn't we?

Craig: All right, all right. I've always been a sucker for a beautiful woman with a baby in her arms. Especially when the baby is ours.

Rosanna: Go on now.

Craig: No one as gorgeous.

Rosanna: Go on.

Craig: Bye.

Rosanna: Cabot needs a bookshelf now. Come on.

Craig: Okay, okay.

Rosanna: I'll see you later.

Craig: Yes, all right.

Rosanna: Okay?

Craig: Okay.

Rosanna: Bye. Say, "bye, daddy." Bye, daddy. Bye. Okay. Okay, here we go. All right, Molly, this had better be good.

Marley: I'm not saying they can never come here. But at this age, Donna and I agree the girls need stability, especially during the holidays.

Molly: And you think it would be destabilizing for them to come home? I would think that'd be like a vacation, you know, like a treat.

Marley: They don't remember Oakdale, Molly. They were much too little when they left. And since then, they've come to depend on certain Christmas rituals at our house. Disrupting them now, that would be confusing. The holidays are for families, and the girls should be with us.

Molly: I'm family. I helped raise them, Marley. I fed them and bathed them. And I held them when they were having nightmares. And I gave them soup when they were sick. You know, you and Donna, you may not want to remember this, but I was the first mother that Bridget and Michele ever really knew, you know?

Marley: Not anymore. I'm sorry. It's just the way it is.

Molly: What about -- what about a couple of nights? You know? I mean, I could have a New Yearís Eve party, just for the three of us. It would be fun.

Marley: How about a different compromise? You could make a videotape, wishing us all a happy holiday. We could -- we could play it on Christmas morning. I'm sure that would be a big hit.

Molly: You have a nice drive back to Bay City. And be sure to tell Bridget and Michele that Molly loves them very much.

Marley: I really wish you could see that I'm -- I'm only trying to do what's right for them.

Molly: You know, that's the problem with wishes. They usually don't come true.

Marley: I'll let -- I'll let the girls know that you send your best.

[Molly sobbing]

Paul: You're right. I let her get to me. It's just -- Rose, she never quits. She just goes.

Rose: Okay, Dusty came by the shop, and he talked to me. That was it.

Paul: No, no. You know what? No, no, you don't even need to explain. You -- I -- I shouldn't even have looked at the pictures. I should have just -- I should've thrown them away and not even think about them. And I'm -- please -- please, forgive me.

Rose: Oh, forget it. No, it's okay. Come on. Come on.

Paul: You know, let's get out of here. Come on. Let's get married.

Rose: Okay.

Paul: Right today, tomorrow, as soon as possible.

Rose: Wait a minute. Who's gonna do it? The doorman?  Like the captain of a ship? Today?

Paul: Could be. Even better, we'll go to Paris. We'll start a whole new life together. We'll -- we'll leave Barbara and all of Oakdale just behind. We'll start a new life. We won't even leave a forwarding address.

Rose: Hey, slow down. Please, slow down. Just -- we don't have to hide from the rest of the world.

Paul: She got to me, Rose. She got to me. And as long as I stay here in Oakdale, it's gonna happen again.

Rose: No. Once you slipped up. Forget it, it's over.

Paul: I can't forget it, and I shouldn't forget it. I don't --

[Paul sighs] I don't work here. I can't trust anybody. Most of all, I can't trust myself.

Paul: You don't get it.

Rose: What?

Paul: I think about it. I think about hurting her.

Rose: What do you mean, "hurting her"?

Paul: I could do it, Rose. I could kill her. I'm -- capable.

Rose: If you need an alibi --

Paul: You always did know what say.

Rose: 'Cause we help each other. We're gonna keep on helping each other for the rest of our lives together. Hi, who're you calling?

Paul: Calling the airlines.

Rose: Why?

Paul: I want to be in Paris at the end of the hour.

Rose: What?

Paul: Yeah, really. Leave Barbara Ryan and the rest of everybody here in Oakdale far behind.

Rose: Hold on a second. Wait a second. My pop always said -- "D'Angelos stand and fight."

Craig: Honeys? I home. "Something came up. Had to go out." What was that?

[Phone rings] Hello?

Annabelle: Mr. Montgomery?

Craig: Yeah?

Annabelle: It's Annabelle Fettle. Iím a fair person, so I'm giving you fair warning.

Craig: A warning about what?

Annabelle: That Molly person. She knows how you got your child. She's gonna tell your wife.


Molly: You know, I just wanted to spend a little Christmas with them. It's not like I was asking for custody.

Dusty: It's okay. I'll tell you what. This Sunday, you and I are gonna drive to Bay City. We're gonna park right outside Donnaís house. Sooner or later, the girls are gonna show up, and you're gonna have a beautiful, beautiful reunion.

Molly: You'd do that for me?

Dusty: Yeah, it's a chance to get out of town, sure.

Molly: Donna and Marley will probably call the cops on us anyway.

Dusty: Well, if you don't like that idea, we'll come up with another idea, anything to get you smiling again. Hey.

Molly: I know I didn't give birth to Bridget and Michele. But nothing can stop me from feeling like I'm their mom. I'm their mom, and nobody can tell me I'm not.

Rosanna: Hello, Dusty.

Dusty: Hi.

Rosanna: Molly. Look, I don't want to keep Cabot up too late, so whatever it is that's so important, let's hear it.

Lucy: Excuse me. Have you seen that guy I was with? I can't find him anywhere.

Girl: Sorry.

Lucy: Thanks.

Mr. Stauffer: Ladies and gentlemen, the moment has arrived. I'd like all the members of the homecoming court to please assemble on the dance floor with your escorts. We'll have one final dance, and then we will announce our homecoming queen.

Madison: So where's the garbage man? Did he have an emergency stop?

Clark: Don't worry, Lucy. I'm sure he's gonna be here soon. Lately I find I'm caught up in these thoughts how will you come to me how will we connect these hearts are you somewhere near hidden like a four-leaf clover are you miles away are we getting any closer.

Aaron: Come on, Waldo. Get here already, man.

Jack: Right. Got it.

Hal: What's going on?

Jack: That was my snitch. Delivery's about to go down. I got the location.

Hal: Let's go.

On the next "As The World Turns" --

Mr. Stauffer: Would you like me to see if I could find your escort?

Lucy: No, he just stepped out to make a phone call. He'll be right back.

Jack: Freeze!

Molly: It involves the baby you're holding right now, and you're not gonna like it. But I think you need to know the truth about him.

Lily: Paul Ryan is the best thing that ever happened to Fose.

Dusty: Who you trying to convince -- me? Or you? -- -

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